Systems Theoretic Approach to Formal Theory of Problem Solving
Objective of my presentation is to give an outline or rather a “synopsis” for mathematical theory of problem solving based on systems theoretic concepts and viewpoints, in particular what I call (mathematical) general systems theory.
KeywordsDecision Problem Pattern Recognition Problem Satisfaction Relation General System Theory Axiomatic Logic
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